A group of educators last week were talking about the challenges of finding an electronic grading program that actually works in the service of learning. They also talked about the challenges of engaging in an informed conversation with others. Sharon Friesen, a professor at the University of Calgary co-wrote an article with me designed to assist you and your colleagues. To download the article Click Here
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Monday, 30 April 2012
In Dialogue: Electronic Grading Programs
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What a great analogy to use about how we treat adults when they don't meet deadlines compared to what we do with kids. Meeting deadlines is part of essential learning for life.ReplyDelete
I have always struggled with quantifying learning when it is such a qualitative process.